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Haiti - Environment : Launch of Operation «Fé Channmas Bèl»
15/10/2017 08:15:07

Haiti - Environment : Launch of Operation «Fé Channmas Bèl»
Thursday at a press conference, the Mayor of Port-au-Prince, Ralph Youri Chevry, discussed the outlines of the agreement signed between the Municipality and the Ministry of Interior entrusting officially the control of the public places of the Capital to the Municipal administration http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-22394-haiti-news-zapping.html

He took the opportunity to present the activity "Fé Channmas Bèl" "This cleaning and maintenance operation reveals a profound symbolism, especially when we consider what the Champ de Mars represents for not only the inhabitants of the Capital, but also for the whole country," inviting all the population to take part in this great cleaning operation to be held on Place Dessalines, this Sunday 15 October.

Anne-René Louis, the Director General of the Town Hall, said that the choice of Place Dessalines on the eve of the 211st commemoration of the death of the Father of the Fatherland (October 17) will enable us "to put forward this hero of our history". She outlined the various steps taken to make this day a great success. While inviting all local elected representatives to take part in the day, she informed, inter alia, that the City Council has received donations from various private institutions, enabling it to reduce the budget allocated to this operation, amounting to 250,000 gourdes.

Mayor Chevry reiterated his great expectation of the participation of the citizens of the city in this great clean-up operation, launching "Port-au-Prince can and will do it !"

HL/ HaitiLibre

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